Tuesday, April 06, 2010

Our old flowers.




My World today is just a simple vase of flowers, but they come from our old home in Grovetown, which we sold 2 years ago. We were privileged to be allowed to revisit the old house and garden and pick a bunch of my favourite flowers.
Here they are on the windowsill of our new home in Picton with our view of Picton and the harbour behind.
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13 comments:

Sylvia K said...

How wonderful! And how beautiful your flowers are! Love the colors! Hope you have a great week!

Sylvia

Stephanie V said...

That is very special...very kind of the folks who live there now. Funny how important some connections are. Flowers are a great way to remember the good stuff. They are beautiful.

L. D. Burgus said...

The flowers are just beautiful. I like the vase too. Your flowers look more tropical that what we have, as I know where you live they should be from a more pleasant climate.

Catherine said...

Hi Glennis - I looked at the date of this post and I thought she's ahead of herself then I realised it's already tomorrow in New Zealand! The joys of blogging - it really makes time fly! I love the flowers, how beautiful they look, and remind us of what we can aspire to if and when summer arrives to the Northern Hemisphere!
Catherine

rainfield61 said...

Haha, your world today is as small as a vase.

This Is My Blog - fishing guy said...

Glennis: It is great to return to a favorite garden.

Barb said...

I loved Picton when I visited several years ago - a beautiful place with gorgeous views. The flowers are so pretty!

Jossie said...

It is a lovely bouquet and certainly brings back memories for you!

wenn said...

that's lovely!

Coffeeveggie addict. said...

the flowers are so beautiful...i have never seen that before....thanks for visiting my page.

Linda (PA_shutterbug) said...

You have a nice view of Picton. The flowers are pretty.

smallkucing said...

Brings back fond memories ya? :)

Jo said...

What a privelige, Glennis. To be able to visit your old home and bring back a "momento"